New Jersey voters react to ‘Bridgegate’ scandal

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP/PIX11) — The Christie administration’s traffic scandal could heat up more Friday, with thousands more internal documents set to be released. Emails and text messages disclosed this week have suggested lane closures near the George Washington Bridge were political payback.

PIX11’s Monica Morales talked to New Jerseyans at the Plaza Diner in Fort Lee to get their feelings on the scandal.

While some believe Christie had no idea about the plan to shutdown the bridge as payback, others are skeptical.

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